Welcome To County Wide Ice Cream!

Wholesale Ice Cream, Open To The Public!

If you LOVE Ice Cream, you will LOVE County Wide!!
We are a family run business that sells all of your summer fave ice creams- Good Humor, Magnum Bars, Popcicle, Ben and Jerry's, Ciao Bella Gourmet Sorbet and Gelato and many more, all at wholesale prices.

We are also your "go to" place for parties, events and
fund raisers- you can buy restaurant sized tubs of ice cream and italian ices!

We RENT Ice Cream Carts by the day!
We also sell DRY ICE all year long!
So c'mon in!!


To Email Us-

Countywideic@optonline.net
Or call
631 475-7722

Monday, January 6, 2014

Happy 2014!!!

Great News- We now have a Facebook page for you to follow!!
CLICK HERE to keep up on our latest news and specials!
You can also join our Birthday Club there, so c'mon over and visit us! 

 COOL NEWS*COOL NEWS*COOL NEWS

WE NOW CARRY SCRUMPTIOUS HAND MADE ICE CREAM CAKES MADE FROM OUR OWN QUALITY ICE CREAM! 

                Available also in Gluten Free. 

Great for your next Birthday party 
or special event!

               We're open all winter long, 
                   so stop in for all your 
                 favorite ice cream items
                    and ask about our
 WINTER SPECIALS!!

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Rent An Ice cream Cart For Your Summer Party!!!

We have plug in electric carts, 
or 
carts that use dry ice to keep your goodies cold.
 
LOWEST PRICES ON LONG ISLAND!!!
We also have Popcorn machines
They are all so much fun to have at a party!
 
HURRY and reserve your cart before they are gone!!

Call us for pricing and availability. 
 631 475-7722

Sunday, October 23, 2011

DRY ICE for a SPOOKY HALLOWEEN!!

WE SELL DRY ICE BY THE 1/4, 1/2 or FULL BLOCK!!



Dry Ice can be loads of fun at Halloween! It creates a spooky swampy effect and just delights the kids. Always use with caution- and keep it out of reach of little hands- they just love it!



Candy Boogers... EWWWWW!!








Yes folks, that is right- we now carry Candy Boogers! Who thinks up this stuff??? LOL

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Come On In and Cool Down!





It is going to be another hot one today- why not come in and grab a box of Marino's Italian ice??

We have a variety of flavors- the all time faves are Cherry, Lemon and Rainbow!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Rent an Ice Cream Party cart For Your next Party!

We have electric carts, and carts that use dry ice to keep your goodies cold.
They are all so much fun to have at a party!
Call us for pricing and availability. 631 475-7722

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Good Humor History

Good Humor® History

Good HumorSince 1920, the Good Humor® family of products has captured the hearts of American consumers with unique treats reminiscent of the good things in life. The first to "put a stick in ice cream," Good Humor® is synonymous with family fun.

In 1920, Harry Burt, a Youngstown, Ohio candy maker, created a special treat called the Jolly Boy Sucker, a lollypop on a stick. That same year, while working in his ice cream parlor, Burt created a smooth chocolate coating that was compatible with ice cream. It tasted great, but the new combination was too messy to eat. As a solution, Burt’s son, Harry Jr., suggested freezing the wooden sticks, used for Jolly Boy Suckers, into the ice cream. It worked!

The First Ice Cream On A Stick

Good HumorBurt called his creation the Good Humor® bar, capitalizing on the then widely held belief that a person’s "humor," or temperament was related to the humor of the palate (sense of taste). Convinced that he had something big on his hands, he filed for a patent at 3 a.m. on January 30. The patent officials didn't share his sense of urgency. It took three years and a personal trip to Washington, D.C., with a five-gallon pail of Good Humor® bars before Burt was finally granted exclusive rights to "ice cream on a stick."

To market his new product, Burt sent out a fleet of 12 chauffeur-driven trucks, all with bells. The Good Humor® bar was an immediate success in Youngstown. Customers liked that the ice cream was on a stick, and the Good Humor® men in their white uniforms promoted a clean, wholesome, and trustworthy image.

The Road To Becoming An American Icon

Good HumorBetween 1921 and 1925 the availability of the Good Humor® bar grew. Then, in 1926 after the death of her husband, Cora Burt took the company public with franchises costing just $100. During the next few years as Good Humor® expanded into other parts of the Midwest, the Good Humor® Corporation of America was formed. It acquired the patents and consolidated the operations of some of the franchised companies.

In 1930, a New York businessman and investor by the name of M.J. Meehan acquired the national rights to the company by buying 75 percent of the shares. The Meehan family owned the company until 1961 when it was sold to Unilever’s U.S. subsidiary, the Thomas J. Lipton Company.

Unilever’s Lipton Foods unit continued to manufacture and market Good Humor® products for the next 12 years. In 1976, when the company's direct-selling business was disbanded in favor of grocery stores and free-standing freezer cabinets, the trucks were parked for the last time. Some of the trucks were purchased by ice cream distributors while others were sold to private individuals.

In 1989, Unilever purchased Gold Bond Ice Cream, located in Green Bay, Wis., and grouped its U.S. ice cream and frozen novelty businesses under the name Gold Bond-Good Humor Ice Cream. With its acquisition of Breyers® Ice Cream in 1993, the company name was changed to Good Humor-Breyers® Ice Cream.